Agency CIOs try to gaze into FITARA's crystal ball
April 27, 2015
Two government CIOs said FITARA will allow agencies to be more collaborative in their technology missions, giving more power to CIOs than previously allowed.
The Department of Health & Human Services has aggregated its mobile applications into one resource to help citizens better access health information on the go.
Available apps include 52 Weeks for Women’s Health, BMI Calculator, Embryo, Facing AIDS and more, and are available for iPhone, Android, iPod Touch, iPad, Blackberry, Blackberry tablet, Android tablet, Palm OS/web OS and Windows Mobile.
The release of the resource coincides with HHS efforts to modernize its digital footprint, as well as federal government digital strategy requirements established by U.S. Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel and Chief Technology Officer Todd Park that call for agencies to incorporate mobile strategies into their missions.